wireless internet

Cadillac jumping on the in-car mobile internet bandwagon at $29 per month

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/autonetmobilecadillac.jpg">Back in August of last year, we caught wind that in-car wireless internet service from a company called Autone

FCC report helps case for free nationwide wireless

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin Here’s the story so far. There’s a company called M2Z Networks that wants to lease the band of wireless spectrum between 2155-2175 MHz known as AWS-3 (Advanced Wireless S

Official WiMAX rollout begins in September

After being delayed and delayed again, Sprint appears to finally be ready to roll out its high-speed WiMAX network, XOHM. The service will be offered to consumers in Baltimore starting in September. I

Denver Airport wireless adds local movie downloads

Already pretty high up on a short list of airports offering free wireless internet access, Denver International has just upped the ante a bit. The same network provider, FreeFi, is now offering movie

Way to be awesome, Denver International Airport

DIA joins the short list of American airports that offer free wireless Internet access. Other airports include San Diego, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, and Portland (Oregon), to name a few. Denver Inter

For-pay Wi-Fi is played, so played

Computerworld’s Mile Elgan predicts that within a year, Starbucks will offer free wireless internet access. I advise that if Starbucks does end up doing this, that it not make it seem like it&#8